Arizpmd yp become April storm magnet (has bi-lingual content)

Be sure to check this forecast jet stream series out for the next two weeks from last evening’s global data, presented by IPS MeteoStar:

It doesn’t get better than this for April in old Arizony.  We’ll make up a lot of lost precip ground this month.   In this series, you’ll see MANY days with the maximum winds curling around us, good for precip here as one trough after another barges into the Great SW from the Pacific.   !Fantastico!  !Commensar la lluvia del Niño! !Ya lo creo!1  Getting pretty excited here.

With this series,  April rainfall in the Sutherland heights should be twice or more above normal (that is, at least an inch).   ‘Bout time.

The End.


Oh, yeah, the title.   I slipped off the keyboard some in the dark and got some inadvertent gibberish.  But gibberish sells.  Lot of people will now drop by, their curiosity peaked and piqued, “What the hell izzat about?”, focusing on the key word, “storm.”  People in deserts like storms.  Gibberish is one of the innovations that’s been developed here, btw.   You don’t see it too often, except maybe in political campaigns.

1Oh, yeah the title; “has bi-lingual content”  We’re desperate for readers here, and this is clearly a cheap ploy (is that redundant, “cheap ploy”?) since I know only a few sentences in Spanish, though my second wife was Hispanic2;  that should count for something.  Also, I do know that the first exclamation mark should be upside down, but can’t do it.

2Being as nosy as you are, you probably want to see her, maybe you don’t believe me, too, I just said that to get more readers….

"I want out so bad."
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By Art Rangno

Retiree from a group specializing in airborne measurements of clouds and aerosols at the University of Washington (Cloud and Aerosol Research Group). The projects in which I participated were in many countries; from the Arctic to Brazil, from the Marshall Islands to South Africa.


  1. Sounds like a good plan for those rare sunny days up there.
    Sometimes the SEA Times front page story was about a nice spring day in SEA!


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